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. how to open a air way and when to do it and control bleeding and treat shock and we want to talk about disaster medicine an death by trauma and by that i mean the body is acted upon by outside force and first is instant yainous and occurs in minutes and are we going to do much for this person? not so much. maybe in the predisaster situation and making the place safer but once someone is hit with something heavy and die within minutes you're not going to happen, and the next is occurring within minutes of the injury and bleeding to death or having their air way blocked or some unrecognized medical problem and this is the group we're going to help, and the third is die afterwards from infectionsoir things that go wrong with the recovery process. we can help by delivering prope first aid and keeping things clean but this isn't the target group and these are the people to be aware of, in the middle and people are talking about blood and this brings up the concept of res curer protection. gloves, eye protection, and masks and sanitation and hand washing and who among us don't have a nick or
, and the next is occurring within minutes of the injury and bleeding to death or having their air way blocked or some unrecognized medical problem and this is the group we're going to help, and the third is die afterwards from infectionsoir things that go wrong with the recovery process. we can help by delivering prope first aid and keeping things clean but this isn't the target group and these are the people to be aware of, in the middle and people are talking about blood and this brings up the concept of res curer protection. gloves, eye protection, and masks and sanitation and hand washing and who among us don't have a nick or a cut on their hand and are you going to touch someone's blood and your in tac skin will protect you from most ilknows. however, if you have a cut on your hand you have a path for infection to get inside of you and you want a pair of latex gloves -- several pairs of glo gloves that you can put on and change as you go from patient t patient hopefully and at least wash your hands and disinfect your hands between patient contacts and the eyes are like an open wound and
-- things like fresh air, sunshine, clean water. a company in minnesota found that "ain't necessarily so." what happened, and who should pay the cost of cleaning up the environment? and what happened when the environmental protection agency orderes angeles to clean u, no matter what the cost? should we spend billio to mitigate climate change? or wait and see what really happens? since the late 1960s, ere has been a consens among americans that the air we breathe and the water we drink should meet certain standards of cleanliness. but, like most things of value, those standards come with a price tag attached. pollution -- how much is a clean environment worth? economic analyst richard gill and i willxamine that question on this edition of "economics usa." i'm david schoumacher. the united states has always been blessed with vast natural resources, including some things we used to take for granted, like fresh water and clean, healthy air. but not any longer. in the past few decades, we've learned that industrial activity carries with it a substantial environmental price tag. if we want fr
requirement for residential guidelines. we have character and maintain light and air to adjacent properties. planning staff has reviewed property that make sure we are within the planning code and residential guidelines in anyway. there is nothing exceptional and extraordinary and this case should not be in front of the commission. this whole planning code issue by the request or is by light and air. simply not the case. the standards apply to every other project for cities in the project and met the needed proposed requirement. >> using the overhead, the 3, north facing windows that sit on the property line the only ones adjacent to our addition. the request or hangs over the property and onto our property which covers for years blocking incoming light. the proposed project little or no impact for multiple reasons. our addition establishes a continuous setback rather than setting back our structure at the window location s. we have taken it on second floor to lighten on all sides. the difference between structures and easy access to air and for the windows in question. further the space in
. it is an advanced warplane that is to be used by the air force, navy, and the marine corps. it is the replacement for the f-16. purposedvanced all- fighter jet. it is still in development, is an incredibly troubled program, it has gone tens of billions of dollars over budget. i bought into this program as a way to write about the overall challenges. of trimming the defense budget. this program is singular in terms of its cost overruns, delays, and the way it has been ured. its most effective attributes are not all of its radars and sensors and missiles and stealth technology and the ability to fight at supersonic speeds. it may well be the way it has been designed to evade budget cutters in washington. >> what is the difference between the f-35 and the f-22? >> the f-22 has had its share of technical troubles. that was supposed to be the high-end fighter. the replacement for the f-15. it is a real high performance fighter. it is meant to win against any potential adversary in dogfights. the plan was to have fewer f-22 and then you would have more of the f-35. that would be the mainstay, for the n
and air travel. >> the museum is meant to help a visitor relive the first eight years of the 21st century. the museum explains the decision-making process that i went through as president and we hope the museum inspires people to serve who want to serve their community were served their country in some way. >> we really didn't want to be a school. we wanted to be a -- so i don't know if there's a lesson there. i do know that laura has gone in a different direction with the component of the programs and which programs will emerge. >> this week on "the communicators" a look at cyberattacks and critical and destruction the united states. in his state of the union address president obama said that our enemies are seeking the ability to sabotage her power grid are financial institutions are air traffic control systems could we have representatives this week from all three of those industries. gentleman i want to start with an opening question for each of you. what are some of the attacks that have happened on your industry and how are you preventing them? we will begin with tom kuhn of the edi
-pressure cone. this is really high-pressure air, just like with water that would be high wave, yeah? and now high-pressure air, when you encounter that down below-- let's suppose this is an aircraft now, not a bug. the person up here says, "hey, wow, look at the aircraft, man, silence." "no sound at all. "hey, they finally made it. they finally made it. no, boom." okay? and this thing here, finally-- wash right over and when that hits the listener, the listener can't tell the difference between that and like dynamite going off. i used to prospect in colorado. we'll be way out in the mountains and sometimes we'd hear-- --hey, is that someone prospecting, someone nearby, someone making some dynamite holes, and we didn't know. we did--there it is, military aircraft. military aircraft, but you couldn't tell. we couldn't tell the difference between dynamite going off and the sonic boom, because when this wave makes -- with the ear, the high- pressure air-- --just like dynamite, same thing. and you get that loud, loud sound. sonic boom. produced by what? the incidence of a shock wave-- but you kno
and response and recovery programs like with hurricane sandy. >> peter president and ceo of the air traffic control association. your answer? >> there have been attacks. they are not well publicized because it is confidential information and obviously you do not want too many people to know how the air traffic control system works. it is difficult to explain air traffic control in a soundbite. it happened in alaska. what is being done now, we have very ancient infrastructure for control. it is been around since the late 1950s, early 1960s. it is a mix of different equipment. very insecure. right now we are in a modernization phase where we are modernizing, moving from a land- based system to a space-based, satellite, gps, that type of thing. as we do that we need to look at how we are going to prevent cyber attacks, how we are going to keep people from getting into the system. basically right now it is education. letting people know what to look for. how to adapt five threats. what threats look like. what they might be. what to do when that happens. thereg garcia represents financial servic
alone. today he made two more stops before jetting off on air force one from sfo, both in the peninsula town of atherton, and that is where we find stephanie trong tonight. >> reporter: good evening, it started with a fundraiser for guests who paid 32,000 bucks apiece. and later, the president rolled up here in the house of john goldman, a well-known person in the bay area. the 250 supporters who paid anywhere from a thousand to $21,000 just to get inside. the only time the cameras got a shot of him, the president, when he left the helicopter, marine one, sfo to get on to air force one. they say raising money for the democratic national committee is a well worth it cause and a fight to take back control of the house. >> just making sure that the legislature has -- that he has a congress that is going to be able to help him. >> i think it is important to support the president's efforts to bring back the house to the democratic party. this is a key one of those events. >> reporter: now nearby, the first fundraiser event, this group of a couple dozen protested the keystone pipeline project
this, the neighbor continues to try to limit modification claiming restriction to light and air. this is just another obstructionist tactic. we respectfully ask that you do not dr this project and submit it without modification. thank you. >> thank you. i would like to take this opportunity to remind members of the public to please turn off any mobile devices that sound off during the proceedings. thank you very much. >> hi. i'm tom. i come to the commission today, thank you for the time as a neighbor to the project. i'm willing also a professor at stanford university and documentation conservation of modern monuments and i'm a current member of the national board. having been through a project ourselves, my wife and i recently renovated a house in the neighborhood. i'm very disappointed at the valuable time and attention of the planning commission that has been wasted on a project that in my view is obviously compliant with the planning code. and these are the few points why i think it is compliant with the planning code. first, the project is far within limits of the buildab
will be anywhere from 15 to 20 degrees warmer-than-average. back to you. >> the air traffic controllers are facing furloughs leading to delays for some air travelers. >> why doctors warning teens to stay away from the >> breaking news from canada, canadian media reporting police and intelligence agencies have prevent add plot to carry out a major terror attack and arrested suspects in ontario and quebec and involved the f.b.i. and u.s. homeland security officers. we expect to learn more at a news conference in the next half hour. >> federal budget cuts are affecting some flights because furloughs have begun for 47,000 federal aviation employees. that includes some 15,000 air traffic controllers, east coast flights are hit the hardest s that having a ripple effect on the west coast? we are joined by sfo with that part of the story with amy hollyfield. >> it looks good here. an f.a.a. spokesman said each day this will be one, usually two air traffic controllers here in san francisco on furlough. today, you are doing fine. talk of furloughed air traffic control and possible delays at airports has tra
community. this song we're going to do is an air called the brown-haired girl. when i was recording, when i was fortunate to be able to record bridge across the blue, i was telling them i got this air, i got it off the chieftan's album, i'm going to do it on the electric base. he looked at me and said, you're nuts. people are going to go crazy but if you can do it, i'll help you. he gave me this book of airs and went, figure it out, figure it out. it never quite jelled on the base but when hillary called today, i started to think more about the cedar flute. i said, i wonder if this particular air can fit? well, here we go. (instrumental music). >> thank you very much. i guess what i want to say about an arrangement like that is that it's not meant to use the cedar flute as a bit of exotica, but what the panelists have been speaking about. it's the use of all of it together is a way of trying to address, hopefully not in a way that homogenizing anything, hopefully not in a way that takes anything away from any of the traditions incorporated within it. we all come from jazz backgrounds, which
and the affects of furloughs on the air traffic control system. while i firmly support the goals of achieving targets to reduce government spending and balancing the federal budget, i do not support across the board cuts like those mandated in the budget control act. this targets the outdated wasteful functions being funded by the taxpayer dollars. across the board cuts is no way to run a government. however, across the board sequester is what the president proposed we're now operating under this law. in order to avoid the $1.2 trillion mandated by the budget control act, i twice voted with the majority of the house to pass common sense legislation that would replace sequestration with targeted spending cuts with the equal dollar amount. unfortunately, the senate did not consider these bills so sequestration was triggered. further, this goes to show that we need to return to regular order and consider appropriation bills in their entirety and not rely on continuing resolutions to fund the government. under a c.r. there is no way to prioritize cuts related to the safety of the american public.
still comes out. >> with his arms in the air. it's a miracle. >> the singer keeps singing. they keep recording. before you know it, two guys with their fire extinguishers get on the stage and put out the blaze. the show is still going on. at the end, the pastor gets on and says this. >> this has been the most exciting easter i have ever had. i think we are going to get new carpet. >> nobody was hurt in the blaze but some new carpet is probably on the way. >>> caught on camera, the next thing. >> it's the padukan. >> see how it's done, next. >>> video proved it's time to remake the golf cart. is this a joke? >> it's a hovercraft golf cart. >> see the story behind the >>> landslides in the mountainous areas are not uncommon. it's unusual to catch them on video and someone did. this is in southwest columbia. it was quite the mud slide. >> what you have here is video of heavy, heavy rains. this video goes on for more than six minutes. this is a trail. imagine trying to pass this when all the mud stops. >> are we talking a hiking path or used as transportation for food and that kind of st
minimal impact to our temperatures. the next batch of cold air is still off to the west. snow is starting to develop in the rockies. and including down toward denver, colorado. we will see a noticeable drop in the temperatures. before that, we will just see things warm up. shading.hat blew out that is the cold air in place. 40's in kansas, and 20's in parts of the dakotas. there were barely starting to flex screen and then they get this cold once again. the mild air -- to feel like spring and and get this cold once again. the mild air is off to the south. now.is where we are right now that the skies are starting to break apart and the air is drying out, warming to the mid- 19th -- into the mid '60s. we do expect temperatures to at 60 degrees by the afternoon. breezy winds through the afternoon. at 9:00 p.m. until about midnight, there could be a shower or thunderstorm. nothing major whatsoever. it should be pretty spotty. tonight will drop back into the 50's for the overnight lows. i want you to notice how the cold front does start to push into the western part of the state. it basically
to sabotage our power grid, our financial institutions, our air traffic control systems. we have representatives this week from all three of those industries. gentlemen, i want to start with an opening question for each of you. what are some of the attacks that have happened on your industry, and how are you preventing them? we'll begin with tom kuhn of the edison electric institute which represents several electric companies in the united states. >> guest: well, thank you, peter. so far we have, weinged every day onttacks from various sources, but so far the major attacks that we have had have been on customer information systems or things of that nature. they haven't been attacks that keep me up at night which is the ones that would actually do some damage to our critical infrastructure. >> host: how do you work to prevent those? >> guest: how do we work to prevent those? well, you know, we have testimonyings, cyber technologies, prevention technologies. we spend a lot of time now looking at detection technologies. but, again, if we ever got the kind of attack that hurt our cri
been able to reach a compromise but not able to achieve that yet. the first issue is light and air. the proposed project would have a tremendous negative impact to the kitchen. the project sponsor seems to mock that concern because there is a window box outside the kitchen windows and there is plants going in them. obviously having a wall 3 feet away from your kitchen windows is different from having your plant outside of your kitchen windows that allow air in. the second issue is the historical nature. they both found that 1 sprus is important resource on two separate basis. first are the was by a significant san franciscan who was on board of community development. the second issue was apologize to commissioner antonini, this is an important example of a moderate structure. your staff said it concurred with page and i put some quotes here from what your staff said. it concurs with what page and turn bowl, that it's in the example of modern style executed by well-known and accomplished firm and integrity as what we have shown you that this project was featured in architectural rec
is looking like several days of dangerous, violent storms across a huge area of our country. warm air moving up from the south across texas is slamming into very cold air, dipping down in the middle of the country. that's a dangerous set up. weather channel meteorologist mike seidel has our report from aurora, colorado. >> reporter: it may be spring, but winter's putting up one last fight -- a big storm is moving across the u.s. and with it extreme weather. on one side of the system, it's cold, snowy, and windy. in denver, hundreds of flights were canceled because of icy runways and wind gusts of nearly 50 miles an hour. schools and businesses shut down because of the snow and bone-chilling cold. temperatures at 40 degrees below average with wind chills below zero, rare for april. the storm could dump up to 20 inches of snow in some areas. meanwhile, because of warm air ahead of the front, parts of the plains and midwest are bracing for dangerous thunderstorms and tornadoes. hail came crashing down in kansas. the weather channel's mike bettes is there. >> ping pong ball sized hail that pelte
in the air. that's after u.s. aviation authorities approved boeing's redesign of the jet's faulty battery system. authorities grounded 787s worldwide in january after a series of battery problems. al nippon airways is now working to repair five of its 17 dreamliners. while japan airlines is applying to fix -- to the fix to two of its seven units. airline officials say they need about five days to repair one aircraft. that means a month to fix japan's entire fleet. japan's transport ministry officials say they may give the go-ahead this week for the airlines to resume flying their dreamliners. the jets could be back in the air as early as june. >>> officials at one of japan's biggest heavy industry firms are looking for ways to stay internationally competitive. they're reportedly discussing a merger with a ship builder. sources say kawasaki heavy industries and mitsui are in talks to integrate their businesses. between them the companies made more than $18 billion in sales as of fiscal 2011. a merger would create japan's second biggest heavy machinery company after mitsubishi heavy industr
the air district is available, i would definitely recommend that we -- that we avail ourselves of that. and i don't see from that perspective as the project manager, i don't think it would be wise to leave the partnership because there's been so much work that's been done and as we pour ourselves out, we would be closing doors on potential funding and support for expansion. >> do you know -- do you know if there will be airborne funding for that expansion? >> we are in district -- [speaker not understood] will speak to that. i know we are exploring the possibility of additional funding from the original major grantor, which is the metropolitan transportation commission. >> okay. because i mean, it's sort of a one-year window between what we would like for phase 1 and having a phase 2. i'm just wondering if we would know pretty quickly because what i would hate to see happen is we want to wait and see if the air board or the mtc can fund it and then we wait and we wait, and then it doesn't happen and we haven't taken steps to potentially move it forward on our own. >> right. i think thi
of the lack of wind. three miles per hour at santa rosa and six miles per hour and the air is stagnated and we have a few microclimates this morning. 46 in novato, and napa and 43 at half moon bay and everyone else in the 50's until fairfield at 62 and antioch at 68. headed in the afternoon hrs then francisco, to 90 in the warmest spot and at the coast it is 62 to 68 degrees. inland, 84 to 90. i will show you where we may have a few records. >> we starting off in portionen hill with a serious accident involving an overturned vehicle. this is along southbound 101 before dunn avenue we have delays in the area but the car thousand is resting on the roof. it is on a guardrail. watch out if that crash. a little bit of slowing in the area. that will be around until further notice. in hayward, toward the san mateo bridge, westbound side of 92 but you reach industrial boulevard a car fire senator -- on the shoulder. and the mass transit shows on this earth day it looks like bart, muni and caltrain running along with no delays. eric? >> question start with the latest on the boston marathon bombings at
with a 911 call of smoepk with land, air and ground attack. once fires become to a large enough scale we call mue tour aid, california lass a great mue tour aid system. i think it's looked at nationally because we have souch excellent cooperation with our cooperating agencies. once it reaches that point, the team will come in and assist the local jurisdiction to run that incident. when we start having multiple fires in a certain area, then we get into what we call area command. i think that provides the overview. >> i talked a little bit about mou's and relationships with the marines. maybe we can talk about how is the national guard and dod resources and capabilities integrated into the command and control at the fire and also the supporting ops centers whether it be the gac or other centers down there. maybe our military personnel can talk about that, or ray. >> it's important to note that we are the supporting effort to cal fire and we get called in when they are basically out of assets. we are working for cal fire, they are the incident commanders, we follow their coordination,
, for their kids, for farmers and their kids, and it flows into the air and water and that's pretty substantial, you can advocate for local farmer's markets with locally grown pesticide foods, so there's some things you can do at the home, we're super lucky because almost every neighborhood in san francisco has a farmer's market, you can grow your own food, test your soil first, local cosmetic pesticide laws have passed in counties and municipalities to reduce the use of pesticides in parks and public areas and then really important is asking the environmental protection act si which is our federal agency that regulates pesticides to look at how chemicals affect breast development in route row and other developments to ensure that pesticides don't have that effect on breasts and mammary grands and animals and that's not happening right now, you would think we would test comb cal effects on breast tissue, generally not happen ining the way it needs to so that's a wonky solution but a super important one. >> [inaudible]. >> yes? >> you cannot really boil to kill it? >> so, it's always good to was
motives on capitol hill and good news for air travelingers when it comes to cuts we have been feeling. >>> meanwhile a top story in calaveras county where manhunt is under way for killing a 9- year-old girl. >> the victim's 12-year-old brother found her just after the attack. someone broke into their home in valley springs yesterday. the gill was stabbed several times by the intruder and later died at the hospital. the man got away. >> we are doing a house to house search, in some cases we are searching extensively in the attics and storage sheds. it is a difficult area to search. it is rural and remote. >> that suspect is considered armed and dangerous. >>> officers in the east bay are going door-to-door this weekend hunting for a man accused of trying to grab and kidnap a 2-year-old girl. here is a sketch of the suspect. he is described at a 30-year- old man with long hair, last seen wearing a green shirt and blue jeans. the attempted child abduction happened friday near raindrop circle and snow flake way in pittsburgh pittsburg. the suspect tried to grab the girl who lived in th
convierte en turismo en buenos aires, vamos, le llevaremos de tour. > este es su noticiero ununivis félix de bedout y louredes ramos. >> hola, bienvenidos a las noticias de univisión, y tenemos el acuerdo entre empresarios y sindicalistas, lucía nos presenta las reacciones de varios senadores y nos habla de las propuestas de los nuevos programas. >> la reforma migratoria parece estar cada vez más cerca, la cordillera cámara de comercio de estados unidos llegaron a un acuerdo sobre un programa de visas temporales para trabajadores extranjeros. >> un senador miembro del grupo de los 8 aclara que esto es un avance importante. >> estoy optimista de lograr un acuerdo, y enfatizó que el camión no será fácil. >> sí, yo creo que el proyecto de ley será aprobado en la cámara de representantes pero el camión a la ciudadanía para los 11 millones de indocumentados será largo y difícil. >> también el senador marco rubio llamó el acuerdo prematuro, esta mañana el presidente barack obama mostró el compromiso a univisión para el congreso lo haga y él pueda firmarlo al final del verano.
, they provide a place for birds and butterflies and of course they help us clean our air. arbor day is a very important event. it is celebrated not just in america, but all over the world and i'm honored that we are kicking this event. i would like to thank the mayor for bringing arbor day back to san francisco. this is our 8th arbor day. i will welcome mayor lee to the stage. >> thank you the dpw, the recreation department, to all of those who helped us in working today. arbor day, it is an annual celebration that we have struggled very hard to make sure this city appreciate because the trees are part of a great answer and solution to reducing carbon emissions and be sure we have greenery and beautification for our citizens. a lot of my friends celebrated chinese new years in china and this year for chinese new years, wilhelm wundt wilhelm wundt of the one of the gifts they gave to the employees is an air mask. if you don't start contributing to its purification, you don't get the kind of air like you do in san francisco. this is why trees are so important to our nature and this is what i lo
of abc2 news following this. if we're not on the air, you can get very latest breaking details at abc2news.com/boston marathon. we're live on your phone, tablet and computer. >>> thunderstorms are firing out west. here's mike masco. >> they put something in the prompter to make me laugh. the best part of the day is going on right now. get out and enjoy it. look at ellicott city. it's 76 right now. 76 in the city. 72 at elk ridge. we'll watch thatro pgression. we'll stay dry. around 11:00, we could deal with maybe a scattered shower. we'll be up to 72 tomorrow. could push 80 by thursday and friday. he'll have the seven- ill have the seven-day coming up. >>> the new electric motor for the gm spark will be produced right there. it's the automaker's first lit yum battery -- lithium battery car. the plant received an upgrade to produce. >> we've got the capacity to go quite a bit further, but even with that, when we were building the building, we were talking 100, 150 workers at any one time. >> chevy will premiere the spark in 2014. >>> being a man means respecting women has much as you re
communications occur specifically with regard to when we start talking about air ops and moving air resources around, how do we ensure that we have that interoperatability that we discussed so much yesterday between the different components. >> can you hear me now? perfect. it all begins with preplanning and strategic planning ahead of time. how our agreements at a local level were born was out of the 2003 cedar fire. the cedar fire was about 280,000 acres. as an example, i have the dubious distinction of being one of the first chief officers at the scene of that incident. just to give you an idea, at peak the cedar fire was burning 30,000 acres an hour. so that's about 9 acres a second. so something probably as large as this ship in one second. so after post-cedar fire, we recognized the navy had assets and the marine had assetness region that we should capitalize on, so i was tasked by my chief to organize a local letter of agreement so that we could, with the objective, essentially, was to streamline access to dods assets in rapid fashion and by rapid i mean within hours. if we're
into the water. we don't know what caused the plane to miss the runway. >> 107 people onboard, lion air flight from west java to bali, and here is the good news. no fatalities. in the pictures you can see the emergency slides deployed at the front of the plane and you see the ryellow rafts here, and we heard about 50 people on the plane have been sent to the hospitals, and we don't know the severity of the injuries and we are still working on that. but everybody survived. >> let's show you animation of what happened at the bali international airport. you can see the plane going over the runway -- >> go ahead, victor. takeover. >> we are waiting word on the cause for the crash. that may come over on the next few minutes and hours. lion air is one of the largest carriers in indonesia. >> these are really dramatic pictures, aren't they? you can see passengers on the wings of the aircraft. they are being rescued and pulled from the plane and sits there in the water. >> bali is a really popular vacation destination. presumably some of these people were starting a vacation. imagine -- >> starting it
with a flight of fighter jet scrambles. self-defense force pilots took to the air more than 300 times in the past year to respond to chinese activity surpassing the number for russian planes for the first time. defense ministry officials say pilots made emergency take-office against foreign aircraft approaching japanese air pace 567 times from april 2012 to the end of march of this year. that's a 0-year high. the number of scrambles against chinese claims almost doubled from the previous fiscal year. they increased sharply after last september following the japanese government's move to nationalize the senkaku islands. a chinese government plane flew close to the island last year, the first intrusion into japanese airspace since the sdf began keeping records. >> translator: at this point, i don't think china would make approaches that would turn into military conflicts with japan. >> but former air self-defense force commander also says if japan softens its stance on territorial protection, china could become increasingly active. china's military build-up is raising tensions in the as
. >> it is not just commerce that is moving through china to the west, it is air pollution and greenhouse gasses. >> coming up next. captioning by vitac, underwritten by fireman's fund >>> good evening. i'm joshua johnson. welcome to "this week in northern california." the manhunt is over for a suspect accused of the attack on the boston marathon. police have arrested dzhokhar tsarnaev in a boston suburb. meanwhile, a boy from contra costa county is recovering from the bombing. a family of aaron hearn said he could be released from the hospital soon. >>> there is plenty to discuss. joining us are paul rogers, environmental writer for the san jose news. jaxon van derbeken, reporter for the san francisco chronicle. and emil guillermo, a blogger for the asian-american legal defense. welcome. immigration in congress is getting attention these days on the farms and the sill valley. both rely on immigrant work forces. the tech sectors biggest names launched a campaign called forward u.s. the ceos of facebook and zinga and others. emil, let's start with the key compromise of the bill. >> before we get
. we have air. we have heat. we have a fire going. if i went in like that what did i just do? >> smoth erred it. simple; right . remember the hot water heater, we say don't store gasoline in your garage? so, gasoline gives out vapors, if we heat this up. not that you have to heat the gasoline. if you store gasoline near a hot water heater the vapors alone will catch fire. the vapors travel and caught. you don't have to actually light something like a candle, you don't actually have to touch something. we will add, more, make more effect, here. you got cherries jubilee. how do you put this out? [laughter]. put the lid? what if you don't have a lid? cookie sheet. >> very good. that's a good one. cover the thing, take it off the burner. take it off. do i immediately open it again? no. you already put it out leave it alone and whether or not it is the cheapest fire extinguisher you can buy? baking soda. have a couple boxes of baking soda, near the stove. cut the top off so it's ready to go. you get the box and, boom, dump it on there. you don't stir is around. you smoth erred it, baking
incident, the defense intelligence agencies say alarms went off today at a mail facility at bolling air base here in washington indicating the possible presence of dangerous toxins. further tests found no specific package related to those alarms, so they're taking more samples. bottom line, the fbi clearly got the wrong man in the first case and whoever is sending these letters may still be out there. >> andrea mitchell with an update on that, thanks. >>> a package of budget cuts that was given the clunky name the sequester. it's as good an example as any of our broken government. the whole idea of an approaching package of forced budget cutbacks was to pressure action well in advance. that didn't happen, so now the cutbacks are being assigned and enforced, not across the board, but selectively. and now they affect air traffic control, and they've slowed down air travel, which you already know if you know anyone who flies. tom costello has this story for us tonight. he's at national airport in washington. tom, good evening. >> reporter: hi, brian. in fact, the airlines, the pilots, are
. the question now, does the u.s. act? >>> up in the air. a firsthand look at the nightmare for travellers this week, as members of our own team fan out to record what's happening on board all these delayed flights. >>> and mother knows best. as five u.s. presidents gather for the opening of the george w. bush library, it's something his mother said that got a lot of political attention today. mother said that got a lot of political attention today. "nightly news" begins now. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> good evening. the details about their possible plans are sketchy, but investigators now say the two brothers, the accused terrorist bombers in boston, were headed here to new york and authorities in this city say their plan was to blow off explosive devices. with one dead and one hospitalized we'll now thankfully never know what would have happened in boston, the damage, the human toll is bad enough. we begin again tonight with our justice correspondent pete williams. >> reporter: investigators say they have been told that while the bombing suspects were fleeing from b
sending smoke into the air and runners and spectators to the ground. then a second explosion went off two blocks away. medical personnel stationed at the finish line to care for fatigued runners became battlefield medics. the injured, some missing limbs were placed into waiting ambulances. witnesses were stunned. >> kind of like something horrible, and everyone just stopped and looked around and just had this horrible feeling. >> reporter: authorities are also searching the entire marathon route for clues. >> we are stablizing the situation at this point in time but people should be cautious. >> reporter: after the explosion, cell phone service in these surrounding areas was completely shut down to prevent any remote detonations but they are unclear how the bombs were set off. president obama promised federal help for victims and their families. >> we will find out who did this. we'll find out why they did this. any responsible individuals, any responsible groups will feel the full weight of justice. >> reporter: sources tell cbs news that a man is being detained and police are questionin
in the boston suburb of revere. the fbi is in charge of the investigation. stay with wjz on air and online for the complete coverage of the explosion at the boston marathon. for the latest developments any time, log on to cbsbaltimore.com. we will have more coverage coming up. first a look at the weather with marty. marty, my allergies are going crazy this morning. >>> it's warm and humid morning. we are starting the real pollen season, pollen updates here daily in maryland. this is going to continue for the next couple of weeks. let's take a look at a graphic we have for you. what you will note is that it's a warm and humid morning. for the first time it will feel and smell like spring. high of 70 degrees this afternoon. it's going to be a breezy day but a very, very pleasant afternoon. warm for the next few days but the weekend, life will change. keep your sweaters handy. we will have the first warning details coming up shortly as the eyewitness news morning edition continues after this. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >> a tremendous explosion. sounded like a bomb went off next to me. shock waves
of air resources and seasonal fire fighters is at the point at the end of that season where every pay period they have to justify keeping those air aviation contracts in place. when you come to the end of the season like this, they are going to have to start taking reductions on the rest of the year for those air tankers, those helicopters and the seasonal fire fighters. when you talk to kim sakaras back there, the cold front that is about to hit us up here means hot dry winds in state of california. that fact is no stranger to people here on the panel. it doesn't take much to fan hot, dry vegetation that has been soaking in that hot sun. when i say soaking, it means it gets the moisture level so low where it's kindling in the forest. you have more people moving in, more vegetation growing, it's a recipe for nature trying to do its thing and people in the way. so with this, it takes a lot of support whether we're talking about the fire lines, behind the fire lines or been above the fire lines to provide that support. it takes a whole mix of people whether it's the department of
, listen and feel and not breathing and i better open his air way and push down on the forehead and notch under here and you lift up and this will open the air way. now, this position and especially on a flat surface is a little uncomfortable and he's not going to stay in this position, so since you're nert people and you always work in teams and you always have your manual with you and two or thre manuals and slide them under hi shoulders, or you could take a shoe off and put it under the shoulders and make its so the head flops back a little bit an keeps the air way open and whil you attend to this and he's bleeding and not breathing and now he's bleeding. so direct pressure. still bleeding -- put another dressing on and you can hold it in place with a bandage and if he wakes up hold on to this or you're going to die. he tends to hold on nice and tight and it's still bleeding. well, let's find this pulse point in here and we will push against the bone there and it will slow the blood and it's al good and bleeding stopped and hold on to that for a while and make sure the bleeding doesn't
's air travel. growing anger now on the ground and in the air as thousands of flights have been hit with delays and the blame just escalates in washington. >>> paying the price for the soaring cost of college. with american students now buried under a trillion dollars in debt, what if there was a cheaper solution like top tier schools, four years for the price of one? >>> also, the long good-bye. a legendary singer in a public fight with alzheimer's and the powerful message today from his daughter. powerful message today from his daughter. "nightly news" begins now. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> good evening. while, as you're about to see, boylston street in boston is back and open for business. but it doesn't mean boston is somehow back to normal. that city is still all about the living and the dead in the aftermath of the terrorist bombings. and now that it's been over a week, the questions start coming about what the u.s. knew and when they knew it, about these two brothers -- one of whom survives and is cooperating with investigators in the hospital. pete wil
of a potentially deadly gas could be lingering in the air and being pushed by winds further into the community. good morning to you. welcome to this special edition of "early start." >> i'm john berman in boston. again this morning, it is 4 a.m. in the east. >> and we are going to begin this morning with breaking news. it's developing overnight in texas. a massive explosion at a fertilizer plant in the small town of west texas, 20 miles from waco. the moment of impact captured on video. reports say 10 to 15 home and buildings were demolished and crews are trying to rescue residents at this hour. dozens more homes are heavily damaged. that blast shattered windows ten miles away. the town's mayor telling cnn just what it felt like. >> i just have never seen an explosion like that. a ball of fire and it looked like a nuclear bomb went off. big old mushroom cloud. >> so, police officials are reluctant to say how many people have died. >> at this point we don't know a number that have been killed. i will confirm there have been fatalities. i think we will see those fatalities increase as we get tow
in an air evacuation, we were able to go ahead and test that response system. we were able to send patients to 13 area hospitals through that air evacuation and we had over 23 participating hospitals in different scenarios that were participating. we had the state of hawaii was also able to process over 300 patients through their patient tracking system. so the hospitals were able to use the patients, actually the medical staff from their area hospitals to provide the number of patients that went to each hospital and that provided each hospital's own casualty scenario. again you see some of these pictures here, the military preparing these civilian patients for transfer. we even went as far as evacuating patients to maui the busses down there are the state of hawaii's bus evacuation system which are also used in evacuation. so this convenient tue, this vignette of hadr disaster exercise for hawaii also allowed us the opportunity for testing technology for that information sharing and interoperatability. apm was an online collaboration where we were able to share information and learn how
is going on with the air force thunderbirds which is their demonstration team and fleet of ships that the captain mentioned just moments ago. we'll tell you more about that as soon as we find out. >> cheryl: contra costa county health officials are dealing with a case of tuberculosis at a student in antioch. that means students and staff were exposed may have to be tested a couple of times. amy hollyfield joins us outside the health department in martinez. >> reporter: good morning. health officials tell us the student is okay. is no longer infectious and is back at school. now the focus is making sure that t.b. doesn't spread. >> health care workers will be at deer valley handgun to test students for tuberculosis. some parents say they don't think they can wait that long. >> i wish it were today. i'm sure everything will be fine. >> i'll get her tested. as a matter of fact when we get home from school today i'll take her. >> a student tested positive for t.b. in march. after conducting an investigation they decided all kids in the infected students's classes and extracurricular
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